Lee Spring will be presenting its new catalogue of over 25,000 standard springs at the Engineering Design Show on 17-18 October on stand no. A10 at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry.
Schaeffler is seeing an increase in demand for its robust, high performance range of spherical roller bearings, which are suitable for harsh operating environments.
In this video, igus compares the performance of a metal ball bearing linear system with a polymer-based drylin system at its dry-tech test lab in cologne, Germany.
The latest video from William Hughes Ltd features the passivation process facility based at the Company’s headquarters in Stalbridge, Dorset.
The Lee Spring extension type of constant force spring represents the most basic, yet most versatile, type of constant force spring.
Lee Spring’s new enhanced catalogue has over 25,000 standard parts, including 2,000+ new items which includes 500+ compression springs in metric DIN-Plus dimensions, extension springs in SS316, torsion springs in SS316 and added High Pressure compression springs, including new 600 PSI designs.
With the introduction of a new low-cost robotic concept from igus, simple tasks can now be automated easily with a relatively quick ROI.
To meet the demands of leading top drive manufacturers, SKF has developed a new generation of tapered roller thrust bearings, the first to join its Explorer family of high-performance bearing products.
Compression Die Springs from Lee Spring use their round wire coil production technology to ensure optimal performance and longevity priced at around 50 to 60 percent of competitor costs.